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22 March 2010

Stories from 22 March 2010

Morocco: A Photo Competition

Trinidad & Tobago: No to Co-Ed

Haiti: The Real “Slavery”

Trinidad & Tobago: Red Earth

Chile: Changes in Government Websites with Arrival of New Administration

Many Chileans noticed that some government websites no longer contain photos or information from the previous administration, and they are wondering whether it was a deliberate message sent from the...

Cuba: Feeling the Tremors

Jamaica, U.S.A.: On Extradition

Japan: Foreign trainees’ sad stories

Iran: New wave of blogger arrests

Another wave of blogger arrests has been reported in Iran but the details are murky. The leader of an anti-censorship group named Iran Proxy, and the founder of blog hosting...

India: Foreign Education Bill

Bangladesh: Government Websites Hacked

Iran: Iranians marked holiday under surveillance

Iranians marked, Charshanbeh Soori, a holiday that leads up to the Persian new year under the watchful eyes of riot police Tuesday night, after Ayatollah Ali Khamenei the Islamic Republic's...

India: Live Tweeting From Wedding Ceremony

UAE: Skin Whitening Cream

Chinese netizens’ open letter to the Chinese Government and Google

China: Oxfam's ill-intentions

China: Shanxi Vaccine scandal

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